Re: [web-annotation] is, has and alike are implied


> On Sep 9, 2015, at 3:06 PM, Randall Leeds via GitHub <> wrote:
> I don't see any problem with "state", "style", "scope", "selector" and
> "motivation". I don't have any idea what "narrowerThan" is supposed 
> to mean. It's so far from comprehensible to me that even knowing what 
> "hasSource" is I can't figure out how you got "narrowerThan". Again, 
> "source" would seem fine to me.
> I wish I could find good terms for "annotatedBy" and "serializedBy", 
> but I'm not sure I can. Simply dropping the "by" makes it unclear 
> whether this is about who or when or what, etc. I've toyed around with
> "author" and "scribe" or such things in my head, but I don't like 
> anything I've come up with.
> -- 
> GitHub Notif of comment by tilgovi
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regards, Frederick

Frederick Hirsch

Received on Wednesday, 9 September 2015 20:18:31 UTC